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Intermittent Visitors: Christine Klocek-Lim

  Christine Klocek-Lim spends most of her time daydreaming—which isn’t much different from what she did as a girl in northeast Pennsylvania, as a college student in Pittsburgh, as a twenty-something technical writer in New York City, and as a young mother in suburban New Jersey. For the past decade or so she’s been dream-surfing […]

it requires practice, a lot of it

Following is an interview Christine Klocek-Lim for Couplets. She has four chapbooks: Ballroom – a love story (Flutter Press), Cloud Studies (Whale Sound Audio Chapbooks), How to photograph the heart (The Lives You Touch Publications), and The book of small treasures (Seven Kitchens Press). Her poems have appeared in Nimrod, OCHO, Diode, Riffing on Strings: […]

Well, obviously in the interim I lost my virginity.

Last day of our poetry blog tour, Back to the Future: Christine’s interview with me.

how necessary it is to blow bubbles

Day two of our poetry blog book tour, Back to the Future: Jeannine Hall Gailey interviews Christine Klocek-Lim.

Conspiracy of Leaves

For day one of Back to the Future, I interviewed Wendy Babiak, the author of Conspiracy of Leaves (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powell’s). Her poetry has also appeared in a wide variety of periodicals, including: “The Uninvited Guest” in Autumn Sky Poetry. “a posteriori,” “Ekphrasis on a Screensaver” and “Elegy” in Big Bridge. “Rondeau for […]